While remote teaching and learning weren’t invented in the last 12 months, they certainly took center stage in education for many parts of the world.
Of course, helping teachers ‘adjust’ to remote teaching isn’t enough. Collections of tools and apps and strategies are a start. Maybe some tips for teachers and parents? A refresher in blended learning for those able to meet in person intermittently? A look at principles of engagement in a virtual classroom? These are some of the articles about remote teaching and learning that we’ve been able to create.
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In a physical classroom, the beginning, middle, and end play important roles but with more flexibility and opportunities for collaboration. Likewise in remote teaching and learning, there are consistent and critical opportunities that can be used to plan digital lessons and remote teaching activities.
Below are some thoughts, tools, and tips to manage remote teaching–along with one at the end that focuses on the kinds of ideas here that you can bring with you back into the physical classroom–whenever that is possible.
12 Of Our Best Articles About Remote Teaching And Learning
Remote learning tips for parents include focusing on the child’s well-being, creating a schedule, providing resources, and making sure work is complete.
Don’t get distracted that everything is ‘different.’ Start with the student and their needs and the unique opportunities in front of them.
From Station Rotation and Mastery-Based Learning to the Flipped Classroom, let’s take a look at the most common types of Blended Learning.
Whether parents should ‘schedule’ reading at home depends on many factors–not the least of which is how you ‘frame’ reading and how they respond.
From Open Courseware to tools, models, and definitions, this is a collection of 50 of the best blended learning resources for teachers.
Virtual teaching tips aren’t much different than standard teaching tips. Ultimately, it all boils down to prioritizing, simplifying, and communication.
In a physical classroom, the beginning, middle, and end play important roles but with more flexibility and opportunities for collaboration.
Lesson design will ideally meet the relative constraints and opportunities given by the learning circumstance.
Zoom is a great platform but that doesn’t mean it can’t be extended and improved. Here are 20+ of the best Zoom tools for teachers.
For eLearning teachers, promoting critical thinking in online courses is a matter of combining student engagement, inquiry, and higher-level questioning.